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Napoleon Hill Yesterday and Today Issue 162 - How To Hurdle Temptation

Discusses the origins of Napoleon Hill's famous "Law of Success" book series.


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Reviewer: Muhammad Altaf - - March 15, 2012
Subject: Altaf
Remaining committed to one’s standard moral principle at the weaker point in life brings the law of natural compensation into play. It always pays exponentially higher than the temporal and timely benefit to be obtained by relaxing the principle. Keeping oneself attached to one’s idiosyncratic point is the cost every person longing for tru success must be ready to pay.
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